11:00AM, Monday 19 December 2016
Festive fun, energetic elves and singing Santas took to the High Street on Saturday.
More than 240 children visited Santa's grotto, organised by Maidenhead Thames Rotary and the Nicholsons Centre.
The grotto has been running every weekend in the shopping centre and Santa has seen more than 1,500 children.
Stephan Stephan, president of Maidenhead Thames Rotary, said: "We work with a lot of schools, this is our way of doing something with the younger ones.
"They can have a photo of Santa and the elves, or a selfie if they want.
"They can leave a donation with the rotary if they want, it all goes back to charity."
Maidenhead Ladies Circle were raising money for Maidenhead Round Table by wrapping up Christmas presents.
Festive cheer spread to Maidenhead High Street as well, with dozens of Santas and three wise men from the nativity.
The team was from Maidenhead River Church.
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